The General tab shows configuration and general runtime information about the Teradata QS server components.
|Database Name||The Database Name determines the Teradata Database to which the Teradata QS server connects.
To configure the name of the Teradata system, open the Server Parameters dialog box by clicking .
|Database Version||The Teradata Database release level.|
|Current DB Date||The current database date. This date is updated every minute.|
|Current DB Time||The current database time. This time is updated every minute.|
|Scheduler DB Name||The name of the Teradata Query Scheduler database (TDWM).|
|Local System Name||The network node name of the local system. This is the name of the server in the host_status table and is the name by which the system is known on the network.|
|Server ID||The unique internal numeric identifier assigned to each Teradata Query Scheduler server system.|
|Primary Server||Indicates whether the Teradata QS server is acting as the primary or master Teradata QS server. The master server executes scheduled requests and cleans up tables.|
|Time Active (hh:mm)||Indicates how long, in hours and minutes format, that the Teradata Query Scheduler server has been continuously active.|
|Character Set||Indicates the session character set under which the Teradata QS Server executes internal tasks. This value is set on the Server Parameters dialog box of the Query Scheduler Operations utility.|
|Encrypt Data||Provides data security through the encryption of communications between the Teradata Query Scheduled Request client and server components over network socket connections.|
|Memory Size (KB)||The server shared memory size in kilobytes.|
|Free Memory (KB)||The amount of free server shared memory in kilobytes.|